TANGO
by Kimberley White

November 2003
ISBN: 1-58314-410-2
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Although most of Kendall Masterson's physical wounds have healed a year after a horrific car accident, she still has many emotional scars to deal with. Rehab has helped her deal with the spasms that have interfered with her ability to do her job as a preservation architect, but rehab has done nothing do help alleviate her fears and guilt.


When Kendall meets handsome forty year old pilot, Captain John Stewart, she is afraid the fifteen year age difference isn't the only obstacle in the way of a relationship. John is patient with her, but can he accept the havoc fear has wrought in her life and the serious rifts within her family?


With a satisfying blend of sizzle and soothing tenderness, Tango takes the hero and heroine through a dance of love, full of hope and redemption. Ms. White has created believable characters who are well-developed. The reader is allowed to see both vulnerabilities and strengths as they deal with tragedies as well as everyday matters that can change life's course.


Tango is a heartwarming novel from a master storyteller. Ms. White's fans are sure to be pleased as well as all who enjoy contemporary romance.


Reviewed in February 2004 by Roberta.

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